They are simple looking and they do appeal, but I do hope there’s an SE edition in all ‘stealth’ black again.Would these have made Editor’s Choice if dates had lined up?
I do covet a pair of these (or the Wireless models), as the looks and the UniQ driver are total nerd catnip for me.
These speakers didn’t match up to a £5k pair of B&Os, how intriguing, tell me more.I am one of those people that didn't like the kef ls-50 wireless very much.
I am used to an effortless speaker with well integrated bass. The LS 50 was a small speaker and came nowhere near the fullness of sound I hear daily. Neither was it effortless. To me they sounded hifi, boxy.
I was and am more charmed by pmc speakers or Beolab 9.
Why not a pair of Quad ESLs, they’re about a grand used?Apparently I answered 1 question in the review and affirmed your conviction at once.
Considering the Beolab 9 can be had for 2000 to 2500 and a Beosound core is about 500 second hand it is a genuine alternative when you're considering buying a streamer and amp costing a grand each plus a subwoofer.
I'm driving a pair of non-meta LS50s using a Rega Brio and they sound amazing. They are located in quite a small room (snug/den), but I never have to turn the volume control up excessively.Was it the ability of the Brio to drive the speaker or do you think it is a Rega partner disparity. There's no doubting an Elicit-R would have the power.